Change must come, and the time for reform is now
After briefly being involved in local politics during the 2015 elections and investing more and more time keeping up to date with current affairs, I began to write more seriously about politics in 2016, which resulted in my blog. History has always been my main interest, and as a student I love delving into the past to compare what has been to what is happening now. My interests range from defence, to foriegn affairs and British and American domestic issues. You can find my blog here: https://theramblaholic.wordpress.com/
The internet is perhaps the clearest example of how even the greatest strides in history come with troubling consequences. Steam power would lead to industry and pollution, the Enlightenment to despotism, and the internet, the world's greatest collection of shared information? The bitter twist is that we know as little as we did before.
08/06/2017 12:13 BST
We can no longer afford to shy away from uncomfortable facts or difficult truths which challenge our beliefs. We can no longer afford to antagonise people away from the left and force them into the hands of the far right. The left is the home of debate; it is our legacy, and we must seize it. Talk to people, listen to them, and develop your ideas when they hit the inevitable problems that reality throws at us. Embrace the challenge, don't back away.
26/04/2017 13:28 BST
Putin may hand us the tools, but it is we who choose to use them. Whether it be through thoughtless articles, poor journalism, or worse, misinformed citizenry, who would rather squabble over party politics and pointless issues than rally to the defence of our democracies, against a man who seeks to create a new world order.
17/01/2017 11:24 GMT
30/11/2016 16:14 GMT
Trump was the left's creation, he was fuelled by constant media bombardment, a demand that no one couldn't vote for him and that things couldn't change. Well now they certainly have.
11/11/2016 13:08 GMT
11/08/2016 13:21 BST
Perhaps Corbyn is indeed unelectable, he definitely isn't the most infallible leader; I'd worry for him even leading a geography trip to Blackpool, but he's moved the parties discourse back to its roots, and more importantly, to a place of potential.
04/08/2016 16:40 BST
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